I was out taking pictures in the garden this morning and there was the loveliest light rain coming down, so I stayed out and did a little gardening.
The fava bed is a sea of clover; I've been reluctant to do any weeding there until the fava seeds had germinated and set decent roots. I think all that will germinate have now done so. (The squirrels got a few.) So I tackled most of the clover. But the rain was getting a bit steadier and is supposed to last a few days, so I also wanted to get some more seeds out. I sprinkled lettuce seeds beside the leeks (buttercrunch and mache) and carrot seeds around the snow pea teepees. Also, there was one pair of snow pea plants that weren't making it, so I pulled those out and put sugar snap pea seeds at the base of that particular pole. Next weekend I'll put in a few more rows of garlic and some more fava seeds. And thin the leeks.